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The Private Voice Studio Handbook

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Voicing/Format book
Composer Joan Frey Boytim
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00740185

Price: $18.99

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The Private Voice Studio Handbook Composed by Joan Frey Boytim. For book. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00740185, UPC: 073999146554)

No voice teacher can afford to be without the updated and revised editon of The Private Voice Studio Handbook, a comprehensive and practical guide for beginning or improving the work of the independent instructor. The topics addressed include: mission and policy statements; studio equipment and organization; auditioning and accepting new students; practice agenda for students; the importance of teaching music reading; repertoire for beginners; planning recitals; vocal techniques; teaching styles; adivising young singers; teaching adult students; teaching voice to children; taxes, insurance and retirement; networking; ethics in the voice studio; and more! Beyond being a great guide for private voice teachers, Joan Frey Boytim's groundbreaking book is an excellent resource for college and university voice faculty, and would be a valuable text for vocal pedagogy courses. Joan Frey Boytim has spent over 50 years teaching in her private voice studio. She is a nationally recognized and widely published expert in the training of young singers.

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